Ryan ruled out for LimerickLimerick sharpshooter Ian Ryan is back in training but Sunday's round 3 clash against Armagh will come too soon for him.
Thomas Davis GAC Club NotesDon't forget this coming Monday 2 March 2015, Underage Registration Evening.
Clarke close to full fitnessArmagh could welcome back Jamie Clarke for Sunday's FL Division 3 encounter against Limerick.
Kernan passes Sunderland testSunderland's coaching staff were impressed with Aaron Kernan's endurance levels during his six day stint with the Premiership outfit.
Long trip for ArmaghArmagh must make a long trip to Limerick for their next match in the Division 3 campaign this Sunday.
Feile Shield continuesThis weekend sees three matches take place in the Feile Shield.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
HL2B round-up: Lilywhites kick onKildare have surged ahead in Division 2B after a brilliant 2-15 to 1-12 victory over Down in Newbridge.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerRound Two of the National Hurling league continued this afternoon.
Bumper Sunday of Allianz Hurling League actionA dozen games are down for decision in round two of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon.
Team news: two changes for ArmaghArmagh manager Sylvester McConnell has named his team to face Donegal in Division 2B of the Allianz League at the Athletic Grounds today.
McConville sings Bentley's praisesOisin McConville has described David Bentley as a 'natural'.
Video: Bentley fires hat-trick on debutFormer England soccer international David Bentley scored three points on his gaelic football debut last night.
Kernan wants to do the GAA proudAaron Kernan is determined to show the professionals at Premier League side Sunderland what GAA stars are made of.
Kernan to swap places with David BentleyAaron Kernan is to swap places with former Premier League star David Bentley for the popular TV programme 'Trading Places'.
GAA tweets: Slaughtneil's field of dreamsThe gaels of Slaughtneil are looking forward to their trip to Croker on March 17th ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There was no comment from Davy or from anyone."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was the first Sunday of the National Hurling League.
HL2B round-up: Kildare top the tableKildare are top of the Division 2B table tonight having easily accounted for Meath at Trim - 0-24 to 0-14..
Team news: Armagh team for Down testThe Armagh team for their Allianz HL Division 2B opener has been unveiled.
Video: MacRory Cup reaches last 8With the Danske Bank MacRory Cup quarter-finals starting on Friday evening with Abbey CBS v Omagh CBS in Belfast, here's a look back at the four Play-off games to reach this stage.
hoganstand.com Apps updatedThe latest upgrade of the hoganstand.com apps has just been released, with the iOS and Android versions updated in the last 24-hours.
Camogie Volunteer of the Year Awards winners announcedThe winners of the 2014 Camogie Association Volunteer Awards have been announced.
Countdown to CongressThere is sure to be lively debate at the GAA's annual congress in Cavan later this month as a black card in hurling and opening up all county grounds to other sports are amongst the contentious motions that will be put to the floor.
Armagh "negative and cynical"Wexford manager David Power says Armagh's antics on Sunday "left a sour taste in the mouth".
HS football team of the weekGalway twins Cathal and Patrick Sweeney make our HS football team of the week ...
'Geezer' happy with second half displayKieran McGeeney expressed satisfaction with Armagh's improved second half showing against Wexford.
Odds: Dubs now 13/8 to retain titleFollowing their five point victory over Donegal on Saturday night, Dublin are now 13/8 from 7/4 to retain the Division 1 title and make it three-in-a-row.
GAA tweets: O'Halloran puts his hand up for half-back roleCork 'keeper Ken O'Halloran has designs on an outfield career following his late foray into Monaghan territory yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Once he gets a sniff, there's no better player in the country to take a goal."
Shane O'Neills club notesLast Saturday saw our Gaelic for Girls programme come to an end after eight very enjoyable weeks.
Groin injury sidelines ClarkeJamie Clarke didn't start for Armagh against Wexford today and afterwards manager Kieran McGeeney revealed his star forward was sidelined with a groin injury.
FL3 round-up: Armagh and Fermanagh march onArmagh and Fermanagh are the early pacesetters in the third division after victories on the road in Wexford and Sligo respectively.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was another busy day of action in store this afternoon as round two of the National Football league concluded.